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This is an extremely well written book, and keeps in line with all of Alex Sanchez's other writing.
What makes this story so powerful is that it shows the compassionate heart behind evangelical and even fundamentalist Christianity.
After reading i felt so much better about myself and truly believed that God made me the way I am and will use me in some way.
This was one of the most powerful books I have ever read. I am not LGBT or Christian, but that didn't matter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carrie Sandler
This is a well-written book with a good storyline. The trouble is that once you've read it once, you don't need to read it again. It's not a classic.Published 6 months ago by Alexzander Joseph
This book is a good story and goes even fatter to give compelling arguments as to why god doesn't hate gays. I will definitely be quoting it in my next debatePublished 7 months ago by not-a-duche
I like the whole story because every gay kid who is from a religious family had to deal with this but the book really makes sense and should be read by every gay kid dealing with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lucky
this was a good buy, glad I got it, will consider getting more of them in the future thank YouPublished 8 months ago by Patrick Meredith
The book was very interesting and kept my full attention. it was a good read and was what I expected it to be.Published 9 months ago by Michael Wiedenhoeft
I laughed out loud in places. In other parts, tears came to my eyes, and it's not easy to read through tears. Sanchez turns his characters into real people. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Etienne Esteban
This is a superb read for people who are struggling to be a christian and be a homosexual. Lovely story of two people strugglign to keep their faith and their love! Read morePublished 12 months ago by marlena fryman
This is a very honest and sensitive treatment of a delicate subject.Sanchez obviously knows his material and shows a real understanding of teenagers.Published 16 months ago by Joseph C. Snider